In legal terms, they are called clients. These are the litigants whose participation in the Bar Association of the Criminal Court has been established in an endemic and recurring manner. Abd al-Rahman Matrani, a forty-year-old under guardianship, whose father was murdered and suffering from poor discrimination caused by severe cannabis addiction and chronic alcoholism, is one of them. His criminal record shows 20 times which resulted in him being imprisoned six times.
Between September 21, 2021 and January 13, he was summoned to court three times and has numerous convictions for threatening, robbery and theft.
On September 21, he “marked” a police station cell with his excrement after he was identified as the owner of two season bags stolen from a downtown store and traded on a stolen motorbike.
On November 2, he was sentenced to four months in prison, two of which were suspended, for breaking into the apartment of a resident of a residential property in Digne-les-Bains who had died a few days earlier…
“Atypical self-image with difficulty in self-control”
On January 13, Abderrahmane Mitrani was brought back into court immediately sitting in court for allegedly verbally assaulting a security guard at the Digne-les-Bains hospital on January 10 after he stole a computer while returning to visit his hospital companion. ..
Deputy Prosecutor General Maxim Gomishon denounced that “repetition of crimes is no longer accepted by society,” claiming eight months in prison for the repeat offender.
“It’s an atypical picture with difficulty in self-control due to schizophrenic paranoia…”, said Me Emmanuelle Orta of the Guild of Digne-les-Bains representing the defendant’s guardianship and highlighting the absolute necessity of compulsory treatment.
The defendant was released on the charge of threatening the security guard but was sentenced to theft to four months in prison with continued detention although the discrimination amendment was kept again by the criminal court headed by Geraldine Fresi.
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